I had the good fortune to operate W100AW while attending the 2014 ARRL National Centennial Convention.
I also enjoyed operating as one of the W1AW/8 operators during August 2014.
Call Sign History:
1967 - WN3IDW the "N" in the call siginified Novice. You had one year to upgrade or start over.
1967 - WA3IDW hey I made it in time. The "N" became an "A".
1968 - WB8HII moved to "8" land, you had to change calls back then.
1988 - WD8E still have it.
10-10 International, Central Ohio Contest Association (COCA) club call WE8DX, Old Old Timers Club (OOTC), Quarter Century Wireless Association (QCWA) MID-OHIO Chapter 212 chapter call WQ8CWA, Second Class Operators Club (SOC).
ARRL Assistant Section Manager (ASM) for Central Ohio, ARRL Volunteer Examiner (VE), Amateur Radio Emergency Service (ARES), Salvation Army Team Emergency Radio Network (SATERN). Look for SATERN Monday - Saturday on 14.265 MHz +/- QRM at 1500 UTC.
20 thru 10 meter I use an Alinco DM-330MV power supply, I-COM IC-746 transceiver, Henry 2K Classic amplifier, MFJ-989C tuner, and Mosley Pro 57B antenna.
160 thru 40 meters I use a Kenwood PS-50 power supply, Kenwood TS-440S transceiver, Ameritron AL-80A amplifier, MFJ-989D tuner, and a 160 meter horizontal loop antenna.
Mobile I use an I-COM 706 MKIIG and a Little Tar Heel II screwdriver antenna.
What's not to like? It's all good!
C U Down the log!
73 and Good DX.
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